Monday, November 15, 2010

Holiday Deal Watch: Pre Black Friday Look-Out


As the holidays approach, we no longer needs a crystal ball to forecast where the best deals are. So much is now available via the Internet.  The Internet and Google have become our new best shopping friends. A few simple searches, can yield some great savings. Here are a few I have my eye on:

* Lanvin for H&M: The french design house launches their budget line with H&M on Nov 20th in the US & Canada, and Nov 23 in Europe.
* e-Bay is really gearing up for the holiday season.  Their prices are competitive with major retailers, and they are now offering coupons. You know all the Toys from Black Friday sales will turn up on eBay right away, and then they will be sold out at Toys R Us and other retailers.  eBay becomes the black market for toys.  Click here to get all the cool new eBay coupons for savings, on well, everything.
*In-Style's holiday coupons. Check out the deals and coupons on the In-Style site.  I just discovered this via an ad, and there as some good deals here.
* Black Friday deals.  It goes without saying that if you have the inner strength and good shoes, you might be able to snag some good deals the day after Thanksgiving.  Of course, Black Friday is now almost of whole month of savings, really look at the prices and compare using a tool like NexTag or BizRate. Follow the Black Friday deals online to see all the specials.
* Gettington: Have you heard about this website and catalog store? I found out about them at BlogHer.  Their Black Friday deals start tomorrow, and they have just about everything.  But here's the unique twist on Gettington.  The site show you what kind of finance fees you will be paying over time of your items.  I really like that they show you how the finance charges add up.   I added a big screen TV to my shopping cart, and Gettington shows the buyer  how to weigh the real cost of their  purchase by factoring in  payment options and financing.


Pictured: An example of payment options for a big screen TV at a cost of $599.95 can double to $1,1195 with some finance fees if you don't pay it off right away. 
* Sears Friends &  Family Sale : Click here for the savings!  Sears Family & Friends flyer that details all offers and Sears In-Store Bonus Savings Passes.

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